CPP 2004: Registration, Program

(1) Airport and Hotel Information.
(2) Registration form. For the CPP 2004 annual meeting. Please note that the deadline for room reservations is October 14, and the deadline for receipt of registration (in order to be able to
include you in the banquet) is also October 14.–via email from Laura Duhan Kaplan

2004 Concerned Philosophers for Peace Meeting:
Globalization and Its Discontents
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
October 28-31, 2004

Airport Information

The closest airport, Charlotte/Douglas International Airport, is 15 miles from the university. Charlotte is a USAir Hub, but you can often get better fares on other carriers through travel agents and Orbitz.com.
The Airport website has information about taxi rates and driving directions from the airport.

Hotel Information

We have reserved rooms at two hotels in the neighborhood of the university. The hotels are across the street from one another. They are within a short walk of restaurants and shopping. The Hilton is bigger, a little fancier and closer to the shops. The walk to campus is quite long, however, so we have also arranged for a 15 person van to make several trips at designated times each day between the hotels and campus.

The deadline for making reservations for BOTH hotels is midnight on October 14. To get the approved rate and access to the reserved rooms, when making the reservation please say you are with “The Concerned Philosophers for Peace Conference and UNC Charlotte.”

The Hilton at Charlotte University Place
8629 J. M. Keynes Drive, Charlotte, NC 28262
Phone: 704/547-7444
Fax: 704/548-1081
Rate: $79 + 13.5% tax
Rooms: 15 double rooms reserved for CPP for the nights of 10/28, 10/29, and 10/30
Amenities: Restaurant on site, outdoor heated pool, fitness room, internet access.

The Holiday Inn University Executive Park
8520 University Executive Park Drive, Charlotte, NC 28262
Phone: 704/547-0999 or 800/764-5328
Fax: 704/503-3940
Web: www.clt-univplace.holiday-inn.com
Rate: $59 + 13.5% tax
Rooms: 35 double rooms reserved for CPP for the nights of 10/28, 10/29, and 10/30.
Amenities: Restaurant on site, outdoor heated pool, fitness room, in-room coffee, hair dryer, iron, and internet access.

REGISTRATION FORM

Name _______________________________________________________________

Address _____________________________________________________________

Phone _______________________________________________________________

Email _______________________________________________________________

Fax _________________________________________________________________

Amount enclosed (see below)

___________________________________________

Registration fee of $75 includes Saturday night banquet.
Undergraduates may register for free but must pay $25 if they intend to
attend the banquet.

Checks should be made payable to the “UNC Charlotte Center for
Professional and Applied Ethics” and sent with this completed form to:
Ms. Carol Correll, Center for Professional and Applied Ethics, UNC
Charlotte, Charlotte, NC 28223. Ms. Correll must receive your check
and registration form no later than October 14, 2005.

If you have questions about registration, Ms. Correll can be reached at
cacorrel at email dot uncc dot edu or at 704-687-3542.

Banquet Preference:

____ Chicken

____ Vegetarian

____ Other special needs; please describe

___________________________________

Updated Schedule: CPP Annual Meeting (Oct. 28-31) 2005
2004-10-10 07:25:54
“Globalization and Its Discontents”

THURSDAY OCT 28

7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Keynote Address:
Dr. Cynthia Combs, “Terrorism and Globalization”

9:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. Reception

Cone 113

A university van will be available to drive you to from the hotel to the campus for the keynote and back again after the reception. A schedule with precise times will be available when you check in at the hotel. Friday evening’s van will leave the hotel sometime after 6:00 p.m. It’s a 5-10 minute drive.

If you arrive in time for dinner, please note that there are many restaurants across the street from the hotel in shopping centers, in almost every direction you turn.

FRIDAY OCT 29

8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Registration & Coffee

Cone Center, 2nd Floor Lobby

If you arrive late on Saturday morning, our meeting rooms are on the first floor of Cone.

9:00-10:15

Liberalism and Democracy (Cone 114)

Joseph Osei, “Democratization and Political Violence: Is
Democracy the Cause or the Cure?”

Joseph C. Kunkel, “Neoliberal Freedom as Oppression
for the Salvadorans of Third World”

Simone Weil and Global Justice (Cone 208)

Chair: Reginald Raymer

Gail Presbey, “Simone Weil and the Dignity of Labor”

Judith Presler, “Simone Weil on Power and Oppression”

10:35 – 11:55

<strong>Levinas, Ethics, and Justice (Cone 114)

Danielle Poe, “Limitless Ethics and Justice: Levinasian and
Catholic Conceptions of Justice”

J. Marsh, “Ethical Excessivism: Kierkegaard’s Zizek and the Face in Globalization”

pirituality and Peacemaking (Cone 208)

Andrew Fitz-Gibbon, “Spiritual Practice as a Foundation for
Peacemaking”

John Bryant, “Finding Inner Peace”

Lunch in campus cafeterias 12:00-1:00

1:15-3:10

Concepts of Globalization (Cone 114)

William C. Gay, “Understanding and Assessing Globalism: The Role of Global Studies”

Daniel Malloy, “Eliminating the Negative: One-Dimensional Man and Globalization”

Laura Duhan Kaplan, “Globalization, Myth, and History: Lessons from the Jewish Enlightenment”

Economic Responsibility I (Cone 208)

Chair: Jayne Tristan

Joseph Simonian, “What Wittgenstein Can Teach The IMF”

Barry Gan, “Libertarianism Unmasked”

John Kultgen, “World Poverty and the Question of Justice”

3:30-5:00 (Cone Lucas Room)

Area Studies and Globalization Issues

Tentative Plenary Session

5:00-6:00 CPP Executive Committee Meeting (Winningham 103)

SATURDAY OCTOBER 30

9:00-10:15

Legal Concepts (Cone 111)

Chair: David Boersema

Rob Gildert, “Towards the Globalization of Restorative Justice”

David Butle Ritchie, “The Promises and Agendas of Constitutionalism: Modern Constitutionalism and International Violence”

<strong>Rhetorics and Rubrics of Violence

Kari Coleman, “A Truly Smart Bomb Would Refuse to
Explode”

Ron Hirschbein, “We’re Killing the Innocent! Whatever”

Education (Cone 113)

Leonard Waks, “Globalization, State Transformation, and Education: Will Bureaucratic Standardization or Postmodern Diversity Prevail?”

Ronald J. Glossop, “Educating for Peace”

10:35 – 11:55

Continental Concepts of Peace and Justice (Cone 111)

Chair: Danielle Poe

Mark Walter, “The Sublime Idea of Peace: Lyotard’s reading of
the de-formation of regulative ideas in modernity”

Wendy Hamblet, “On Sovereignty and Trespass”

Feminist Ethics (Cone 112)

Lori Keleher, “Does Sen’s Capabilities Approach Imply a Form of Deliberative Democracy that is Bad for Women?”

Carol V.A. Quinn, “On the Limits of Forgiveness”

Just War (Cone 113)

Chair: David Boersema

Edward J. Grippe, “Consequentialism, Negative Responsibility, and Human Sacrifice in a Post-September 11th World”

Court Lewis, “The Dilemmas of the Atomic Bomb: Why Nuclear Weapons Should Never be Used”

Lunch at nearby restaurants, 12:00-2:00

2:15-4:10

Economic Responsibility II (Cone 111)

Deborah Petersen, “Capitalism with a Human Face: Ancient Insights into the Phenomenon of Oligarchy, its Causes and Possible Resolutions”

Eddy Souffrant, “Peace, Corporate Responsibility and Governance”

Jayne Tristan, “Private Military Firms: A Case for Legislating Equitable Social Responsibility”

Liberalism, Democracy, and Globalization (Cone 112)

Chair: David Boersema

Michael Pendlebury, “Individual Autonomy and Global Democracy”

John Berteaux, “What are the Limits of Liberal Democratic Ideals in Relation to Overcoming Global Inequality and Injustice?”

Charles Crittendon, “Liberal Political Theory, Social Movements, and Globalization”

Race and Racism (Cone 113)

Richard Peterson, “Racism and the Politics of Violence in the War Against Terrorism”

Joel Bryant, “Breaking the Color Code”

Amanda Connolly, “Language and Violence”

4:30-5:30 CPP Business Meeting

7:15 Banquet

8:30 Presidential Address: Dr. Paul Churchill
SUNDAY OCTOBER 31

9:00-10:15

Decision-making Models

Tracey Nicholls, “Making It Up As We Go Along”

Javier Urbina, “Dreaming for the Promotion of
Decision-Making For World Peace”

10:35 – 11:55

Final Closing Session

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